Item description for National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Songbirds and Familiar Backyard Birds: Eastern Region: East by Wayne R. Petersen, Lauri Ramey, Meredith Veldman, Yvonne Whelan, Kurt R. Fischer, Mauricio R. A. Gavilanes, Harry J. Thie & Kevin Nowlan...
Overview An assortment of birds are illustrated in full-color photographs, followed by a brief description of each bird and its habitat
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Studio: Alfred A. Knopf
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.75" Height: 4" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1994
Series National Audubon Society Pocket Guides
ISBN 0679749268 ISBN13 9780679749264
Availability 0 units.
More About Wayne R. Petersen, Lauri Ramey, Meredith Veldman, Yvonne Whelan, Kurt R. Fischer, Mauricio R. A. Gavilanes, Harry J. Thie & Kevin Nowlan
The late John Bull was a leading authority on birds of the northeastern United States. He is the author of two classic books on eastern birds, Birds of the New York City Area and Birds of New York State. The late John Farrand, Jr., wrote several field guides and watched birds in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Turkey, and East Africa.
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Great pocket size book. Dec 18, 2000
The pictures are full color but only are of male birds. It only has the summer coloring also, not winter coloring of changing birds like goldfinches. Very nice up close pictures though. It shows great detail of birds in their natural settings. This book is perfect for a pocket or bag. It measures about 4" high and 6" long. This book contains basic data of common eastern birds. It states a brief description, identification, voice, habitat, and range. There is also information about basic birdwatching, identifying, and attracting birds in the introduction. I keep this book next to my home office computer where I have a feeder outside my window just in case I have an unfamiliar visitor.